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No New Posts Monroe Square
A pleasant little place located in the center of town, the square is home to several quaint shops and cafes, surrounding the actual "square", which is just a patch of grass on which a fountain statue of a whale stands, the pride and joy of the small town.

Subforums: Monroeville High School, Monroeville Public Library, Cute Teas

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By: Kat de la Cruz
No New Posts The Plaza
The Plaza is an open air shopping center that can be found a little ways out from the town's center, though it's easily accessible by car or the public bus system. It is home to several local businesses and a grocery store. It's not large or fancy, but the locals rely on it for their shopping needs.

6 166 Jul 26 2017, 05:53 PM
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By: Halley LaCroix
No New Posts St. Oswald's Memorial Hospital
Because it's all fun and games until someone loses an eye. While not the greatest hospital in the country, St. Oswald's is known outside of Monroeville mostly for its exceptional cardiology program.

4 59 Yesterday at 09:06 pm
In: the absence of god
By: Nor de la Cruz
No New Posts Suburbia (1 Viewing)
Here is where a majority of Monroeville's population resides. This area is made up of mostly single-family homes in varying degrees of wealth depending on how far out you go from the center of town. There are also a few small garden-style apartment buildings and townhomes here and there.

Subforums: Monroeville Cemetery, The Park

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By: Morgan Mau
No New Posts Cherry Street
Also known as the bad side of town, Cherry Street is technically a long road on the outskirts of Monroeville, although the name is usually used to refer to its various alleys and side streets as well. There are some parts of it that aren't all that bad, surprisingly. However, its reputation keeps Monroeville's more respectable citizens away, especially after dark.

Subforums: Private Residences

10 133 Today at 10:30 am
In: i was foolish and careless
By: Indigo Mack
No New Posts Waterfront
The coastline of Monroeville is a mixture of rocky, dark-sanded beaches and steep cliffs that overlook the ocean. The main stretch of beach, a fifteen minute walk from Monroe Square, is home to a boardwalk that bustles with tourists during the summer months. Further up the coast is Whales Way, where Monroeville's wealthy own private beaches. To the south can be found the busy harbor and Monroeville's zoo & aquarium.

Subforums: Boardwalk, Zoo & Aquarium, Whales Way

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By: TB Degawa
No New Posts Rural Monroeville (1 Viewing)
While not technically within the town limits, the area immediately surrounding it is known as rural Monroeville, if only because there's no other town close enough to lay claim to it. There are a few large farmhouses here and there, but it's mostly woods and nature.

Subforums: McGillicutty Preparatory Academy, Ghost Town, Moosic State Park

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By: Cora Sterling
No New Posts University of Maine at Monroeville
Home of the Mighty Meese Moose, this is the local branch of the University of Maine school system. Located about 15 minutes northeast of Monroeville, it is mostly known for its slightly-better-than average science and technology programs, though it boasts a wide selection of majors for its students to choose from.

2 36 Aug 9 2017, 05:58 PM
In: days are good
By: Kaylie Goldberg
No New Posts Monroe College
A private institution with a very respectable national ranking, Monroe College's constantly expanding campus is located 20 minutes west of downtown Monroeville. Its humanities and social sciences programs are particularly distinguished, and it offers several graduate programs to those looking to earn advanced degrees. Its basketball team, the Ragin' Whales, is a force to be reckoned with.

4 14 Aug 10 2017, 12:27 PM
In: hiding in rooftops
By: Cher Michaels
No New Posts Elsewhere
Basically anywhere else in town that doesn't fit into any of our other forums. Here you can also find subforums for any threads that take place out of town.

Subforums: Out of Town

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By: Tanner Broden

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